Batik Art Activity for Home Based Learning (HBL)

We introduced cold wax batik technique to simulate hot wax resist method in batik painting for home based learners. A complete set of materials was individually packed in a kit and distributed to the students on the day before all school was closed for Phase 2 - Heightened Alert. For the current program, each kit... Continue Reading →

Simplified Batik Design For Special Needs Students

Introducing batik painting to special need children (autism) requires extra preparation for a simplified design. The objective is for the child to paint properly within their ability, so we hand-waxed special designs that have lesser and bigger segments instead of our regular designs that can be too complex for these special needs students. It was... Continue Reading →

Airbrush workshop

Saturday morning Airbrush workshop at Kamal Arts Studio. Participants with funky vibes. Good energy! Same medium, diverse creativity. Airbrush painting is a cool and fun way to pimp up your tote bags / t-shirts. Interested? Sign up for our next workshop. See you!

Tie and dye tote bag

Tie and Dye Tote bags. Colourful, fun and functional. Who would like to join this workshop?

Supporting fellow friends

Giving the moral support to four creative artists, whom brings together ideas, methods and styles of painting, drawing, glass sculptures and ceramics in diverse perspectives.

Mask mural

Stay safe! Students at this school is going to be greeted on the first day of school with an inspirational mural by last years P6 cohort who each left a painted message that links together onto a wall. The message - We will overcome Covid-19 TOGETHER!

The legend Datuk Ramli Sarip visiting the art gallery.

Datuk Ramli Sarip giving thunbs up and spending time sharing his experience in the art world with Mr Kamal Dollah. An honour to have him as our guest ar the Senikita exhibition.

Senikita Art Exhibition

19 Dec 2020 - 3 Jan 2021 An Art Exhibition showcasing works of artists in the Malay community at Wisma Geylang Serai from 18 December to 3 January 2021. View artwork and event photos here.

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